The Icon Bar Message Updates Technology news and views How likely is it that... http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12509&page=1#124286 ...your constant neediness is annoying and apt to lose you custom? Geminus http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12508&page=1#124285 Anything anyone would like to see from it? To recap Geminus is a software layer that accelerates the desktop and extends it across multiple displays, offering portrait modes and - where necessary - R/B swapping for PC-directed hardware that does not offer efficient component swapping. It was built for the IYONIX pc; that was many years ago. NetSurf or Iconbar? http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12507&page=1#124284 Maybe I have been asleep, but suddenly I have noticed that the Iconbar website, with the Apple style blue.grey theme, looks absolutely gorgeous in NetSurf (3.8 #4343). Is this an improvement in NetSurf's rendering of CSS or the Iconbar site? GDPR and RISC OS http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12506&page=1#124283 Just received my opt-in email from CJE Micros. Power Switching a RaspberryPi http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12504&page=1#124282 Having done some testing, I was quite pleased to see that the current drain on the 3.7V Lithium Ion battery whilst the unit is turned off is less than 25uA (from my circuitry) plus 20uA for the unenabled power boost board itself. Also that the battery life with a 4400mAh battery is over 17 hours and the remaining life can be inferred from the battery voltage which drops from 4.17V to 3. RPCEmu 0.9.0 http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12505&page=1#124281 Brilliant news. Wil other eve a Mac update? RPCEmu 0.9.0 http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12505&page=1#124280 A new version of RPCEmu is available, 0.9.0 Code GCC produces that makes you cry #12684 http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=11474&page=1#124279 Compilers, even if they produced great code, could only be expected to do so much anyway, given that they must adhere to the rules of the language and have no knowledge of the application. I am more concerned by what the programmers produce. April News Round-up http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12494&page=1#124278 Just noticed that there are some Wakefield 2018 videos on YouTube, search for Ruth Gunstone... Wakefield 2018 show in pIctures http://nave.iconbar.com/forums/viewthread.php?threadid=12499&page=1#124277 Just noticed your article got a mention on one of my favourite (non RISC OS-related) websites http://www.osnews.com/story/30293/Wakefield_2018_RISC_OS_show_report